Want, need, pain, and joy were emotions Shade had never known existed before Lily. He knew the first time he saw her face that she was going to change his life forever. The thing he hadn't expected was how hard it would be to hide who and what he was from her. Each step he took out of the shadows revealed more of himself until only one secret remained. Shade arrogantly believed he could help heal the wounds from her past, but now it was his own past that was trying to tear them apart. To keep Lily, Shade would have to use the very skills he had been trying to hide from her. The skills that made him a killer...a soulless monster.
©2015 Jamie Begley (P)2015 Tantor
this book was the best one so far, at first for awhile I thought I was listening to the same again but realized I wasn't, the author was reminding me of the previous books, it's thrilling, heart warming, but renching & sad, brillent book. looking forward to another one in this series
"Great book spoilt by poor narration"
Ruined by narration
Shade he's the perfect alpha male
Was disappointed that Elizabeth Hart who narrated the previous books didn't narrate this one. Carly Robbins used the same nasally voice for all the male characters so there was no distinction from one to another they all sounded the same.
It's too long to listen in one sitting
It was a rerun of the first 5 books. They would not even let me return it. I was so disappointed. I love the series but this had 100 chapters of previous books. I wish I had just read this one and left the others alone.
Great as usual.
This book goes back to the beginning with Razor. All is told threw Shades point of view.
"Narrator totally ruined this book"
i love Jamie Begley's Last Riders series and Shade is a my favorite hero. I have waited for this audio for months but had to stop listening less than 3 chapters in. The Narrators nasal tones for the male characters totally destroyed any enjoyment I might have had.
NO absolutely not. She needs to find another profession
Any number of narrators
a total waste of a credit what a shame to ruin a great story
I have loved all the Jamie Begley books with Elizabeth Hart as narrator, However, I can not listen to this book, no matter how good the reviews are. (I could not even get past the first chapter.) The male voices sound like cartoon characters. I will be returning it for a credit.
"I don't even have words for this! OMG!!! LOVE!!!"
I have loved this whole series and this one has to be the BEST!!! I can't even explain how wonderful this was. I know some don't like it cause it does spend a lot of time kind of recapping the previous books - BUT - it answers a lot of questions and show Shade's side of the story.
I don't want to give any **spoilers** BUT I must warn you to have a box of tissue available when you get to about 1 hr and 45 minutes left. All I can say is OMG!!!
Not my favorite narrator - there are so many others that would have been better. But the story was so good I over looked the not so great narration.
"Favorite Series and Favorite Character!!!"
This is one of the best MC Series out there. Audible would be wise to pick up more MC Romance as it seems to be a customer favorite for many contemporary romance lovers.
Audible should also pick up Jamie Begley's other books as well.
Carly Robin's did a fine job.
once you get past the change of narrator from the previous books this book is worth every penny and every minute. Shade & Lily are my fave couple in the series and there's nothing better then their love story from Shade's POV
"The other side of Shade"
Shade ranks high in the audiobooks I have listened to. Even though this book was a retelling of the other Last Rider books, but from Shades point of view, it made me realise that Shade really did have a heart. I don't listen to many MC books because I have been spoiled by the Last Riders.
I don't think I have listened to another book that I could compare with.
I had passed over the book many times because of the negative reviews about the narration. Yes I guess I would have liked Elizabeth Hart to narrate Shade but Carly Robins did an excellent job. I think sometimes we become so used to a narrator that we feel the series is let down when there is a change.
As with everyone who listened to this book my special moment came at the end. This man loved his Lily so much that nothing was going to keep them apart.
If you are a Last Rider fan give this book and narrator a try. So what if Carly Robins says Killyama instead of KillYaMa. Maybe that's the way Jamie Begley meant it to be and Elizabeth Hart got it wrong! In my opinion it was well worth the credit.
"Great recap with more insight."
Although the majority of this story is a recap. The parts that werent were a great insight. I didnt like how one of the characters names was miss pronounced for the majority of the book.
"would have been better with a man narrator."
narrator was off putting trying to imitate the men's voices. would be better with a man's voice as well
have listened to a few of this series as light listening.but this one had very deep moments and an emotional beautiful end
"Slow start but mannnnn..."
I really enjoyed this. It starts out slow like I was thinking of getting a refund but by the 6th chapter I was hooked!!
"Shade - My favourite last rider"
The whole story from shades eyes. A long hard ride with commitment, passion, raw sex, anger, heartbreak and finally never ending beautiful love.
I've laughed and cried with this wonderfully written book. Well done Jaime!
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